Hi, I chatted with dme on #notmuch@freenode on this topic, and he pointed me in the right direction.
In notmuch-search of the Emacs interface, the "count" variable shows "search-query-matches/messages-in-thread", and I would like it to show "unread-search-query-matches/messages-in-thread", as a way of being able to tell how much work it will be to catch up with new messages a long thread. eg: more like the conventional "unread/total" thread summary used by most MUAs. (concat search-query-matches notmuch-search-count-attribute) seems like it would do the trick, where notmuch-search-count-attribute=" +unread", and based on the discussion with dme, it seems like supporting something like the :count-query attribute (like notmuch-hello does) would do the trick, but that said, it would be really nice to be able to use a method that doesn't require duplication of the content of ":query" in ":count-query". Please CC me on all replies as I am not subscribed to this list. Thanks! Nicholas
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